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Ronald G Cooper
Nov 22, 2019   12:12 PM

Ronald G Cooper went to be with our Lord on Wednesday, November 20, 2019.

He was born to the late Oscar Van and Minnie (Nelson) Cooper on October 10, 1928, in Crews, Texas. Ronald grew up in Winters and went to school at Winters High School. He married Lillian Dale in November of 1949. He worked as a farmer and spent time working in the oil field as well.

Ronald is preceded in death by his parents as well as his wife Lillian Dale, sister Louise Woods, brothers Doyle and Larry Cooper, and grandson Matthew Meyer.

He is survived by his five children - Glenda Lynch & husband, Chuck, of Los Angeles, California; Ann McCaslin, & husband, Kenny, of Winters; Frances Meyer, & husband, Mike, of Winters; Douglas Cooper, & wife, Dr. Ilene Cooper, of San Angelo; and David Cooper of Winters; and his sister Laura Nicholson of Corpus Christi, Texas.

Ronald has 10 grandchildren - Amy L’Abbe of White River Junction, Vermont; Kimberly Hannah, & husband, Eric, of Austin; Chris McCaslin of Rockwall; Shane McCaslin of Winters; Jennifer Lasly, & husband, Ryan, of Germany; Nikki Woods, & husband, Casey, of San Angelo; Lindsay Tipton of San Angelo; Shannon Tipton of College Station; Justin Meyer, & wife, Ashley, of Corpus Christi; Jessica Ahrens & husband, Will, of Winters; Jonathan Meyer, & wife, Nicki, of Winters; Darcy Meyer, wife, deceased grandson, Matthew Meyer.

Mr. Cooper has 22 great-grandchildren. Brandon L’Abbe of Burlington, Vermont; Brianna L’Abbe of Stratham, New Hampshire; Erin and Lily Hannah of Austin; Evy and Colton McCaslin of Rockwall; Megan, Joseph and Joshua Lasly of Germany; Chasity Cacek, Kayel, Rachel and Mikailah Woods of San Angelo; Haley, Jaydon, and Isabella Meyers of Corpus Christi; Mason and Alyssa Meyers of Winters; Emily and Sarah Ahrens of Winters; Delaney and Natalie Meyers of Winters.

Graveside services will be held at 2:00 pm, Sunday, November 24, 2019 at the Crews Cemetery.



Edward Lee Austin
Nov 22, 2019   12:12 PM

Edward Lee Austin, 84, of Abilene, Texas, was promoted to an angel on Tuesday, November 19, 2019, at Ballinger Healthcare and Rehab Center.

Ed was born on August 10, 1935, in Abilene, Texas, to Edward Paul Austin and Faye Elizabeth (Powers) Austin. Ed married his wife of 45 years on November 9, 1962, in Abilene, Texas, at the home of Wayne and Evelyn Smith. He worked for Kaach Brothers Construction as a sheet and metal mechanic. He also worked as an air conditioner installer for Batcher from 1976 – 1981 and as a salesman for Lonestar Gas for three years. He then worked with his best friend and fellow outlaw, Mike Childers, as an oil investor for ELA for the next 20 years.

Edward Lee was a graduate of Abilene High School. He also attended Abilene Christian College from 1953-1956. His attendance at college was cut short after the realization that boot legging was frowned upon by the administration. He then served in both the United States Marine Reserves and the United States Army Reserves.

He was preceded in death by his wife, Billie Jean Austin; his parents and grandparents; and aunts, Ruth and Ruby Powers and Esther McDaniel.

Edward “Pops” Austin is survived by daughter, Jennifer Wright and her husband Raymond of Miles, Texas; brothers, David Austin and wife Toni of Grand Junction, Colorado, and Tom Austin and wife Katrina of Lubbock, Texas; three grandchildren, Cody McCartney and wife Ashlie of Nolanville, Texas, Chelsie Towler and husband Nick, of Harker Heights, Texas, and Casey McCartney and wife Jodi of Miles, Texas; nine great-grandchildren, his namesake Connolly Austin McCartney, Emeri McCartney, Shiloh and Briar McCartney, Brantley McCartney, Landon, Kai, and Oaklie Towler, and Meghan Teel; and special friend, Juanita Lopez.

A memorial service will be held at 2:00 pm on Friday, November 22, at Lange Funeral Home Chapel in Ballinger.

The family would like to express our gratitude to the staff of Ballinger Healthcare and Rehab Center for their professionalism and the love and attention they showed our dad and Pops.

Guests may register online at ballingerfuneralhome.com.



Alice Luna Tucker
Nov 21, 2019   05:31 PM

Alice Luna Tucker, 60, passed away Saturday, November 16, 2019, at her home in Ballinger, Texas.

She was born July 8, 1959, to Thomas and Victoria (Vasquez) Luna in Ballinger, Texas. Alice worked for Ballinger Housing Authority for ten years and then as an insurance claims adjuster for City Eye Care.

Kind, generous, and loving, Alice was a mother to everyone. She was amazingly strong and independent. She loved her family and friends through everything.

She was preceded in death by her parents, Thomas and Victoria, and her brother, Heliodoro Lee Luna.

Alice is survived by her daughters, Christina Tucker Nieto and husband, Pedro Nieto, Jr., and Casidie Luna of Ballinger; son, Abel R. Luna Sr. and wife, Angie Luna, also of Ballinger; brothers, Mike Luna and Felix Luna of Ballinger, Raymundo Luna, and Ruben Luna and wife, Debbie Luna, all of San Angelo; and sister, Beatrice Luna of Ballinger. Alice is also survived by her grandchildren, Terra Melody Nieto, Jeremiah Ray Luna, Shaianne Constance Luna, Nevaeh Cerae Luna, Abel Ray Luna, Jr., Amaya Victoria Luna, Nehemiah Angel Luna, and Dominic Isaiah Luna; numerous nieces and nephews, and numerous great-nieces and great-nephews.

Visitation for Alice will be held on Tuesday, November 19, from 7:00 pm to 8:00 pm at Lange Funeral Home. Her funeral service will be on Thursday, November 21, at 2:00 pm at the Lange Funeral Home Chapel. Interment will follow at Evergreen Cemetery.

Guests may register online at ballingerfuneralhome.com.



Velma Lena Jacob Wilde
Nov 21, 2019   12:02 PM

Velma Lena Jacob Wilde, 95, died peacefully in her sleep at home, on November 18, 2019.

Rosary will be held at St. Ambrose Catholic Church in Wall on Wednesday, November 20, 2019 at 7pm. Funeral services will also be at St. Ambrose Catholic Church on Thursday, November 21, 2019 at 10am. Burial will be at the St. Ambrose Catholic Cemetery.

Velma was born premature on September 10, 1924 in Winters, TX to Herman Jacob and Ida Bredemeyer Jacob. They were not sure she would make it but in true "Velma" fashion, she proved everyone wrong. She enjoyed her childhood on the farm fishing, picking cotton, swimming in the creek and enjoying her family. She loved her brothers and sisters and enjoyed picking on them. She could pick cotton better and faster than any of her siblings. Some of her favorite childhood stories include giving chocolate laxative to her neighbor friend and knocking her brother Herbert in the head with a paint brush. Velma had a special bond with her sister, Matilda (Tillie). They were born 23 months apart but seemed more like twins. Even death could not keep them apart for very long, as Tillie passed away two weeks prior to Velma.

She fell in love and married Fenton A. Wilde on May 4, 1942. They made their home in Wall, Texas farming and raising 6 children. She was an avid member of St. Ambrose Catholic Church in Wall. Unfortunately, her husband passed away young but she soldiered on to raise her children with an unwavering faith in God. Even though she struggled with her health much of her life and faced many tragedies, she remained steadfast in her love of God and the world.
Now, I know everyone says their mom/grandmother is the best cook in the world...But Velma WAS the best. Anyone who ever ate one of her massive meals would agree. The woman could cook. And if you came to her house, you were guaranteed to leave full and happy. She also had a huge garden and enjoyed growing flowers and vegetables of all kinds. She had a green thumb. But she would tell you, "I don't have a green thumb, it comes from elbow grease."
Velma and Fenton had a special relationship with the Catholic priests that cycled through the parishes. They always befriended them and included them in family functions. She became affectionately known as the "Mother of Priests". Even as she aged she enjoyed special friendships with priests and particularly international priests. She opened her home and her heart to many priests that were far from their home and family.

Velma was preceded in death by her parents, Herman and Ida Jacob; brothers, Jake Jacob (Margie), Herbert Jacob (Evelyn), Edgar Jacob and George Jacob; sisters Betty Gray (Marvin), and Matilda Englert (Andrew); sons, Walter and Jimmy; daughter-in-law Debbie Wilde (Sturm).

Velma is survived by her daughters, Karen Eggemeyer (Bobby) of Wall and Susan Jost (Lee Allen) of Olfen; daughter-in-law, Joyce Wilde of Wall; sons, Alan Wilde of Wall and Danny Wilde (Tonya) of Wall; and special adopted son, Fr. Joseph Choutapalli of Wall. Grandchildren Missey Dacy, Jenny Millican, Katy Green, Brad Eggemeyer, Tammy Eggemeyer, Eric Eggemeyer, Shay Wilde, Tyler Wilde, Dara Anderson, Chandra Wilde, Cayla Bowie, Danica Wilde, Matthew Jost, Mandy Jost and special adopted grandson, Sam Matthiesen. She also had 14 great grandchildren whom she enjoyed seeing grow up.

Special thanks to dear friends Josie Castillo, Eddie Mae Huebner, Arnie Aguero, Leida and Dyanna Ramirez and Sylvia Martinez who so kindly offered their friendship over many years. We are grateful to you. We are also grateful to her team of doctors in San Angelo and San Antonio, especially Dr. Pendleton Wickersham, Dr. Carolina Ojeda and the kind staff of Angels Home Health Services for their excellent care.

We are grateful to our sweet Mom/Momma/Granny/Nana/Grandma Wilde for so many years of love and guidance.Velma frequently said, "The best is yet to be!" With that in mind, let us remember that our sadness and loss is another's reunion in heaven. We will miss you.

Family and friends may sign the online register book at www.Johnsons-FuneralHome.com.



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